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    Seminal work on the role and function of sport during the Cold War era

    The Whole World Was Watching: Sport in the Cold War, edited by Robert Edelman & Christopher Young (Stanford University Press), examines Cold War rivalries through the lens of sporting activities and competitions across Europe, Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the U.S. Our reviewer is historian Kristian Gerner, and he finds that the multifaceted analysis in the book reveals how states as well as individual athletes impacted the development of sport and society in the cold war period.

    Amerikanska filosofer om baseboll

    Kutte Jönsson Genusvetenskap, Teknik och Samhälle, Malmö högskola Eric Bronson (ed) Baseball and Philosophy: Thinking Outside the Batter’s Box 300 sid, hft. Chicago, IL.: Open Court 2004 Få saker anses väl vara så genuint amerikanska som baseboll. Om baseboll är nationalsport i USA, så är förhållandet det motsatta i Sverige där sporten befinner sig i den yttersta periferin.   Om identiteter konstrueras kring fotboll i Sverige,...
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